BMS (e-Commerce Operations)

“Leaders win through logistics. Vision, sure. Strategy, yes. But when you go to war, you need to have both toilet paper and bullets at the right place at the right time. In other words, you must win through superior logistics.” - Tom Peters
Flushed with funds, E-commerce is one of the fastest-growing industries worldwide. This program will address key aspects in e commerce operations, such as inventory and warehouse management, first and last-mile operations, as well as technological advancements, such as warehouse automation and drone delivery. The program structure includes three years of classroom teaching interspersed with industry visits, guest lectures and internships. During the program, you will be required to complete industry-relevant projects, solve real-life problems and gain operational experience. The program’s core curriculum would give you a strong base in E-commerce management and strategy at both national and global level.
No. of Seats: 75

You are a great fit for the E-commerce field if you:

  • Are interested in IT, writing-based communication
  • Are extremely organized and are a multi-tasked
  • Have an interest in online product sales, marketing and purchase

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Curriculum Advisory Group

In line with the mission and vision of DSEU to create industry relevant courses the Curriculum Advisory Group (CAG) is a mix of passionate educators and subject matter experts from academics and industry. There is a unique CAG for each of the bachelors and masters level courses. The CAG has analyzed the conceptual needs of the course as well as the employability needs and entrepreneurial opportunities offered to the stude.nts by the course. Based on their analysis the CAG has developed the program structure, selected the courses to be included, designed the syllabus, suggested the pedagogical approach, outlined the contours of the assessment, suggested modes of and the nature of industry interactions, and aspects of internships and apprenticeships offered in the course

Mrinalini Shah

Ex-Prof. Supply Chain Management IMT Ghaziabad

IMT Ghaziabad

Divya Sharma

Assistant Prof. IT and Decision Sciences Jindal Global Business School

OP Jindal University

S Ganesan

Head, Education Initiatives Logistics Sector Skill Council

Logistics Sector Skill Council